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The Best Reasons to Visit Aruba?

Looking for a fantastic getaway with no hurricanes, great weather, and a chance to frolic with flamingos? Then, look no further than Aruba for your next great escape!

The best reasons to visit Aruba

The Flamingos

Ever wondered what it'd be like to get up-close-and-personal with a majestic flamingo? Well, in Aruba, adults can swim aside dozens of flamingos, or kick back and relax while you watch them play. Can you guess where exactly to find them? 

The Beaches

The beaches in Aruba are nothing less than breathtaking. Gaze out into the bright blue waters as you lounge all day on some of the softest white sand in the Caribbean. Sunscreen, anyone?

Green Initiatives 

Not only has Aruba made significant efforts to "go green" over the years, but its first carbon-neutral hotel was just announce last year. Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort provides a net zero carbon emissions experience, meaning its guests leave no carbon footprint.

Geological Formations

Aruba is the home to some of the most spectacular caves, trails, hills and rock formations in the world. Be sure to check out some of its famous diving sites...if you dare!

The best reasons to visit Aruba

Great Weather

The consistent sunshine and natural trade winds make Aruba the ideal destination for beach-lovers. It also hardly ever rains in Aruba because it's situated below the hurricane belt --so if you're looking for a getaway between June and November, this would be it!

Easily Accessible

Aruba visitors typically arrive at the nearby cruise port or Queen Beatrix International Airport. Most take advantage of nonstop or single-connection flights from most major U.S. cities, or daily flights from major hubs around the world to get here.

Fantastic Snorkeling

Aruba is home to some of the best snorkeling spots in the Caribbean --many that are easily accessible and popular among tourists. Be sure to check out Arashi Beach, Boca Catalina, and Catalina Cove, to name a few.

Incredible Dining

Dining in Aruba is incredibly diverse and consists of a variety of cuisines, such as Dutch and Asian, African, Spanish, and more! Enjoy fresh fish straight from the sea, or indulge in several of Aruba’s vibrant restaurants inspired by over 90 different nationalities. 

Curious where in Aruba you can hang with the flamingos? Then, click here to find out --PLUS receive a quote for some of our favorite resorts in the area!

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